Pasha is a lifelong New Yorker, growing up in Flushing, where he attended the United Nations International School and then the New York City Public High School for Environmental Studies. Upon graduating in their inaugural class, Pasha then attended New York University and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics. He then took a gap year in which he fulfilled a lifelong dream of being an audience member of Judge Milian’s The People’s Court and took a Greyhound bus from New York City to Los Angeles.
After his gap year, Pasha attended Boston University School of Dental Medicine for four years, ultimately landing him back in New York City for his one-year residency at Staten Island University Hospital. Pasha’s office also has quite an interesting history, opening in 1960 with Dr. Felder, then being bought out in 1995 by Dr. Zomick, and finally being established as Pasha Dental in 2010. Pasha is proud to say he still sees some of Dr. Felder’s patients to this day and has even treated four generations of the same family!
Dr. Pasha’s interest in dental technology has afforded him many opportunities in advanced techniques, as he has become a clinical evaluator for several companies.
Outside of dentistry, he can be found either at New York Liberty games or with the office mascot, his Saint Bernard Rumi. Since 2020, he has co-hosted a podcast on denim with his cousin called “The Denimheads Podcast,” discussing his appreciation of Japanese denim.